HMD Global, the company that currently owns the brand Nokia, unveiled three new mobile phones during just opened MWC 2017 in Barcelona. Here’s brief information about all of them:
- Nokia 3310 – the successor of the legendary mobile phone was the most anticipated device of the event. Not a lot of specs were revealed but some of it is quite interesting. New Nokia 3310 will work 22 hours in speaking mode and support 2 SIM-cards. The design became very modern and suitable for youngsters. The sales of new Nokia 3310 will start in Q2 of 2017 for 49 euros;
- Nokia 3 – a budget smartphone for $147. The body is made of plastic in a metal frame. This will be the most affordable smartphone in the Nokia line-up. Some of the specs include 5-inch display, 2GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, 13 MP main camera, and so on;
- Nokia 5 – another affordable option with more innovations, like a fingerprint sensor under the display. The display itself has a 5.2-inch diagonal and HD resolution. Other specs are pretty much similar to Nokia 3.
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Both smartphones run on Android Nougat and support Google Voice Assistant.
Apart from that, Nokia launched the worldwide sales of Nokia 6 after releasing a new version of this smartphone in a glass body. The device will cost $299.